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Dec 23, 2012 9:30pm EST
million people across a decade. that is to cities the size of birmingham today in our country every year. not one word of apology for the mass that they left. my friend makes an important point. as the controls come off the accession countries, i will look carefully at what he says. we do have rules to try to restrict access to benefits. we'll go on working to make is as robust as possible. i mention the national interest clauses in the statement on europe on monday. i think this can only be triggered if there are emergency conditions, but i will look carefully at what he said. >> the prime minister told the house universal credit-card to put in work incentives for all people of -- all levels of income. why then does the department nasa universal credit will mean working women will consider getting off work? >> that is not the case at all. universal credit means, because we are bringing different benefits together, what it means is people will always be better off in a work and peak -- in work and working extra hours. they have 13 years to -- had 13 years to sort out the poverty tra
Dec 10, 2012 12:00am EST
royal navy. the navy will remain an major employer in the city. i'm sure my friend will also welcome the enterprise zone on the port and that is a 25 billion pound package that will create jobs. >> in june 2010, the prime minister said that despite the government's deficit reduction plan, he will ensure "no increase in child poverty." does he still stand by that? >> we're doing everything we can to tackle child poverty and it has come down. the point -- that we specifically did we increased the element in child tax credit that goes to the poorest families. >> in the wake of the criminal convictions of the staff who abused people living at this hospital, is it not time that those who take the fees and supervise those and are held to account of a new offense of corporate neglect? >> i listen to the point my friend makes. there has been appalling incidents of unacceptable level of care. people inside those organizations are subject to the law. >> mr. speaker, one of the greatest issues if northern ireland and the united kingdom is the price of electricity. can the prime minister
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